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24 COVID-19 cases emerge at Delhi’s Indian army hospital

The novel coronavirus has proved to be the greatest crisis of the decade. India, one of the worst affected country  has recorded a total number of coronavirus cases to over 49,500 and claiming over 1694 lives. Meanwhile, the Indian Army has stated that 24 patients who including retired personnel and dependants are admitted are in their research and Referral hospitals in Delhi after being tested positive for the novel coronavirus. They also added that these patients are now being shifted to the Base Hospital at the Delhi Cantonment. The Indo-Tibetan Police said that 45 personnel have been tested positive and that 76 personnel have been quarantines and yet to be tested. It said that two personnel were earlier tested positive who were deployed with an ITBP company which was in Delhi for Law and Order duties with the Delhi Police. According to reports, 60 serving personnel are already tested positive for the coronavirus and are admitted in different hospitals and around 28 armed forces personnel have recovered from the deadly disease.

– Christo Freddy, NMTV News



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